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020    9781501109867 
020    1501109863 
035    (OCoLC)ocn981586753 
040    NhCcYBP|beng|erda|cNhCcYBP|dAS|dEAS|dFSN 
050 14 D727|b.H34 2017 
100 1  Hathaway, Oona Anne,|eauthor 
245 14 The internationalists :|bhow a radical plan to outlaw war 
       remade the world /|cOona A. Hathaway and Scott J. Shapiro 
250    First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition 
264  1 New York :|bSimon & Schuster,|c2017 
300    xxii, 581 pages, 24 unnumbered pages of plates :
       |billustrations (some colour), maps ;|c24 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 431-552) and 
       index  
505  0 Part I. Old world order. Hugo the Great ; Manifestos of  
       war ; License to kill ; Citizen Genêt goes to Washington ;
       Coda I -- Part II. Transformation. The war to end war ; 
       Things fall apart ; The sanctions of peace ; Field Marshal
       in the war of brains ; Operation Argonaut ; Friend and 
       enemy ; "God save us from professors!" ; Nazi circus town 
       ; Coda II -- Part III. New world order. The end of 
       conquest ; War no longer makes states ; Why is there still
       so much conflict? ; Outcasting ; Seeing like an Islamic 
       State -- Conclusion: The work of tomorrow  
520    "The Internationalists tells the story of the Peace Pact 
       by placing it in the long history of international law 
       from the seventeenth century through the present, tracing 
       this rich history through a fascinating and diverse array 
       of lawyers, politicians and intellectuals--Hugo Grotius, 
       Nishi Amane, Salmon Levinson, James Shotwell, Sumner 
       Welles, Carl Schmitt, Hersch Lauterpacht, and Sayyid Qutb.
       It tells of a centuries-long struggle of ideas over the 
       role of war in a just world order. It details the brutal 
       world of conflict the Peace Pact helped extinguish, and 
       the subsequent era where tariffs and sanctions take the 
       place of tanks and gunships."--Amazon 
520    "A bold and provocative history of how an overlooked 1923 
       treaty was among the most transformative events in modern 
       history. On a hot summer afternoon in 1928, the leaders of
       the world assembled in Paris to outlaw war. Within the 
       year, the treaty signed that day, known as the Peace Pact,
       had been ratified by nearly every state in the world. War,
       for the first time in history, had become illegal the 
       world over. But the promise of that summer day was 
       fleeting. Within a decade of the signing of the Pact, each
       state that had gathered in Paris to renounce war was at 
       war. And in the century that followed, the Peace Pact was 
       dismissed as an act of folly and an unmistakable failure. 
       This book argues that that understanding is inaccurate, 
       and that the Peace Pact ushered in a sustained march 
       toward peace that lasts to this day.  [This book] tells 
       the story of the Peace Pact by placing it in the long 
       history of international law from the seventeenth century 
       through the present. It details the brutal world of 
       conflict the Peace Pact helped extinguish and  the 
       subsequent era where tariffs took the place of tanks. 
       Accessible and gripping, this hook will change the way we 
       view the history of the twentieth century--and show how we
       must work together to protect the global order the 
       internationalists fought to make possible."--Jacket 
630 00 Kellogg-Briand Pact|d(1928 August 27) 
650  0 International relations|xHistory|y20th century  
650  0 Peace treaties|y20th century  
700 1  Shapiro, Scott,|eauthor 
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